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to avoid glare for drivers. l.e.d.s use less energy and predicted to last up to 15 years compared to lamps on the western span, which have to be replaced every two years or so. >> i think it's going to be a much more even light out here. it actually makes it a lot safer. >> reporter: when you see the lights go on september 3 for the first time, what's that going to feel like? >> yeah, it'll be a big relief. >> reporter: so the lights are a part of the story here tonight. our shots from above had just shown the beauty of this bridge from a way that you'll begin to see as things roll out in the months to come. one of the things that's happening tonight and there you're getting a look of it. the old bay bridge, the iconic western span of the bay bridge. this bay bridge light project is something folks have been working on. you'll begin to see these l.e.d. lights hanging from the suspender cables on the bridge. san francisco residence have noticed a test of this on recent nights. one guy was talking with us saying anyone living on the water front will be thankful because the property values wi
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